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Rammstein: Paris (2016)

Rammstein's concert recorded in Paris, back in 2012.

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For two nights in 2012, Rammstein sold out two consecutive shows at the historic Bercy Arena in Paris. Documented by over 20 cameras, this high energy show from the bands greatest hits tour, called Made in Germany 1995-2011, captures 22 songs with mind bending theatrics such as flame throwers and a mesmerizing light show.

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Jonas Åkerlund also directed the music videos for "MANN GEGEN MANN" and "PUSSY" by Rammstein. See more »

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Great Show but maniac editing ruined it
29 April 2017 | by (Mexico) – See all my reviews

Was an amazing show, amazing band, amazing performance, many songs BUT the film is cut WAY TOO fast. The manic editing is absolutely exhausting to watch and honestly unenjoyable. The editing is just awful! Far too many cuts - its actually uncomfortable to watch. It should carry a warning for epilepsy sufferers. After watching the movie at cinema I was wondering how Rammstein could give this a go, since they have kind of a optical trademark which the director straight p1ss3d on. Not just the very fast cuts and the annoying digital effects, which don't fit to Rammstein in any way, but also the different typo to show the song names. The show was amazing as always, such a shame that Jonas Åkerlund ruined it. The audio is great in my opinion.


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